Recent Updates

New 7 Years Bad Luck album ‘Bridges’ Out Nov 1st

7 Years Bad Luck BridgesWe’re very happy to announce the new album ‘Bridges’ from Austria’s best melodic punk rock band 7 Years Bad Luck is out on November 1st! This is another great album from the band, which should get fans of bands like The Lawrence Arms, Alkaline Trio and The Loved Ones very excited! We’re releasing the album alongside Monster Zero Records of the Netherlands!

If you dont know the band, you can download their last album ‘Sleep Now, Pay Later’ for Free/donation over at the Disconnect Disconnect Bandcamp page.

Here’s the albums tracklisting:
1) We’re not getting any
2) All I know
3) Time is a thief
4) Beggars and kings
5) Bridges
6) Falling apart
7) I’m not gonna sleep tonight
8) Waiting
9) Live today
10) The one for me
11) I don’t like cats
12) 100 different places
13) Birthdays
14) Far away
15) Out of focus
16) I still know

New Disconnect Disconnect Compilation Coming Soon!

Hello folks,

Sorry we have been a bit quiet lately – sometimes real life gets in the way of music, and after a big year personally for me, buying a house and getting married, the label has sat a bit on the backburner. However, now we’re back getting ready with some cool new releases, re-stocking the distro (give us a shout if there’s anything you want us to get in) and putting on a few gigs in and around London.

We’re currently putting together our next release, a new compilation showcasing the UK punk rock scene. It’ll be a mix of new and established bands from around the UK with a mix of new and unreleased tracks. I’m really excited to get this out there and show off some of the great bands we have here. At the moment we have confirmed about half of the bands and are working with a load of other bands and labels to get this ready and out there. There’ll be a couple of release gigs for the compilation around release, so keep your eyes peeled for those!

New in on Distro – The Spacepimps, Survay Says! and more!

Sorry we’ve been a bit quiet recently – I have recently bought a house and getting ready to get married in the summer, so I’ve taken a small break from the label to concentrate on that stuff for the time being. However, in the downtime between releases, I’ve taken the opportunity to get some more great bands involved for UK distribution.

Firstly, we have the pop-punk throwback kings The Spacepimps, whose recent album ‘Eternal Boy’ is perfect Drive-Thru era pop punk. If you grew up with bands like New Found Glory, Fenix TX and Home Grown, you’ll love these guys. Check out the video below and pick up the album here.

Secondly, we also have the new album from ska punkers Survay Says! The band are currently on tour with Reel Big Fish across the States and have a great sound somewhere between Less Than Jake and We Are The Union. Pick up the album here.

Lastly we also have a few copies of the great albums by Aussie skate punk bands Local Resident Failure and The Decline from our mates at Pee Records. These bands are seriously sick and both albums only £6, it’d be stupid to not pick these gems up from our store here.

We have also got a bunch of records from the No Idea Records distro, including the latest albums from PUP, Less Than Jake, Banner Pilot and Green Day‘s Warning LP. Check them out here.

Bottler – Smithereens Out Now!

We’re very pleased to have the new debut EP ‘Smithereens’ by Bottler out now! The band bring a unique twist on melodic punk, with witty lyrics and a never say die attitude.

The EP is available for FREE / donation download now from Bandcamp below (just click ‘download’), or all other digital distributors, including Amazon, itunes, Spotify, Deezer etc. Pick this EP up and share it with your friends – it’s free after all!

Rust Belt Lights – Religion & My Ex Out Now!

Rust Belt Lights great new album ‘Religion & My Ex’ is out now! Make sure you pick up a copy of the exclusive UK red pressing of the vinyl, which comes complete with download code and is limited to just 100 copies. We also have the album in on CD, so we’ve got you all covered!

Pick it up from our store here:

Bottler ‘Smithereens’ out 24th March

We’re pleased to announce that the debut EP ‘Smithereens’ from London based melodic punk band Bottler will be out on 24th March through Disconnect Disconnect Records. In their own words:

Bottler are a 4-piece DIY melodic punk rock band who meet to plot, scheme, and practice in a secret location between Guildford and London.

Our sound is unashamedly influenced by the surf and skate videos which entertained us in the 90s, and the sweaty all-ages gigs that made our teenage selves feel truly alive. This was a different time, a time when a ‘status update’ was standing at the urinals while your mate told you that your other mate got kicked out for sneaking in a hip flask.

Like our forefathers we tend to sing about alcoholism, crime, and poverty, with an unmistakably British lyrical style and sense of humour in the tradition of the great punk poets of the past (so we like to think).

We invite all our fellow punkers to come join us in 2014 as we bleed, sweat, cry, and occasionally puke our way around this great land (and maybe beyond, if any of you lovely comrades abroad fancy offering us a gig, and possibly a nice warm floor to crash on!).

Look out for the EP in March, and in the meantime, check out the EP’s title track streaming now below:

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